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introduction. in fact, it was such a wonderful introduction it reminds me of what johnson said when he got a nice introduction. he said he wished his parents were alive to hear it. [laughter] because his father would have loved it, and his mother would have believed it. [laughter] you know, when winston churchill was writing, he was asked how he was coming along, and he said,ce i'mst working on the 5th of the projected four volume. [laughter] well, i'm not comparing myselfof to wipe stone church hill, but with regard to the lyndon johnson biography, we're sort of in the same boat. i've been writing about johnson so long people askre me, don't u get bored? the answer is that the very opposite is true. one reason they are not about lyndon johnson, i never had the slightest interest in writing a book just to tell the life of a famous man. from the moment i first thoughte of doingrt books, i thought of i biographies -- i thought of biographies as a way of examining the great forces that shaped the times that they lived in, and particularly political power.he why is political power so important
kids. but the thing that got me. you could say that is just an example of lyndon johnson always trying to do the best job he could at whatever job he had and that is the character of johnson. i feel i know he really wanted to help because he didn't teach only the kids. he taught the janitor. the janitor's name was thomas coronado. johnson insisted he learned english. he brought a textbook and every day before and after school he and coronado would sit on the steps of a school and coronado says -- johnson would pronouns, i would repeat, johnson would spell and i would repeat. i think lyndon johnson cared about civil-rights. the second part of your question, how did he get kennedy -- it takes a lot of pages in this book to talk about all the things he does but the thing he does on the instant, this bill appears to be totally dead. he says didn't someone file a discharge petition? discharge petition had been filed -- this bill was in a committee that was never going to let it out. wasn't even the senate. still in the house rules committee which was shared by judge howard w. smith and woul
. >> president hwang: thank you. >> i'll call item 7 (7) appeal no. 12-089 henry johnson, appellant(s) versus police department, respondent. 1195 quesada street. appealing the denial on july 23, 2012, of tow car operator permit for hearing today. we will start with the appellant, mr. johnson. you have seven minutes to present your case. >> good evening to you all. i'm here today -- the decision that they made due to a fine that my first permit i should have kept, and instead of the second one. i don't want to waste too much of your time tonight, but i have a family to feed and this is what i do here in san francisco, tow cars for the last 17 years. and never had no problems here. so that's what i'd like to say. >> vice president fung: sir, i was a little confused by what is really before us in this case. you applied for a tow driver -- you submitted a tow driver application for a new company named nelson. >> no. for bay ridge. i have previously held one for numerous years, just until i branched off to get a second job with a second company. >> vice president fung: and what's the name of that
revealed mr. johnson had two arrests in september of 2007. and he was convicted on those in 2009. these were arrests for 23103(a) of the california vehicle code which is reckless driving and 594b1 which is vandalism. his was specifically to a vehicle, malicious mischief to a vehicle of the municipal police code. i requested a copy of the incident report from mountain view police department, case no. 07003090, and it confirmed the arrest of johnson. i'd like to show you just a page or two of the police report, just to confirm that. if you can see here, officer revis transported and booked johnson into the main jail for 594a3b vandalism and for 23103a reckless driving. and the report is kind of long so i'll go to another page of the charges. basically mr. johnson, he was actually filmed on video, for reckless driving and he deliberately swerved side to side, causing the vehicle to roll over and he was booked into the main jail and these are his charges, 594a vandalism over 5,000. the other thing that kind of disturbs me about that is that was a 16,000 pound vehicle -- truck. let me
. 07003090, and it confirmed the arrest of johnson. i'd like to show you just a page or two of the police report, just to confirm that. if you can see here, officer revis transported and booked johnson into the main jail for 594a3b vandalism and for 23103a reckless driving. and the report is kind of long so i'll go to another page of the charges. basically mr. johnson, he was actually filmed on video, for reckless driving and he deliberately swerved side to side, causing the vehicle to roll over and he was booked into the main jail and these are his charges, 594a vandalism over 5,000. the other thing that kind of disturbs me about that is that was a 16,000 pound vehicle -- truck. let me go on. so basically mr. johnson failed to appear for numerous hearings after i called him and told him that he would have some municipal code violations. only after a letter on may 10, informing mr. johnson that he needed to appear or his application would not be processed, he did appear. i informed him at that time he was in violation of the municipal police codes. and i'd like to show you which codes tho
, lyndon baines johnson. his latest book is the fourth in a truly monumental series about johnson. it is titled "the passage of power the years of lyndon johnson." it is one of the most exacting, and at the same time, vividly recounted as a narrative story, believe about an individual, illustrative of our complex political life, and a model of how history can be rewritten when you do a detailed research and yet, still have that old classic magic which is telling their good story that draws you in. ladies and gentlemen, one of the great storytellers of america, robert caro. [applause] .. when winston churchill was writing his great biography of his ancestors someone asked him how he was coming along and he said i am working on the fifth of a projected four volumes. i am not comparing myself to winston churchill but in regard to the lyndon johnson biography we are sort of in the same boat. i have been writing about lyndon johnson so long sometimes people ask me don't you get bored? the answer is the very opposite is true. i don't think of these books as being about lyndon johnson ju
calvin johnson a chance. 49ers stayed in this defense all night. >> al: stafford is going to step up and gets sacked. he runs into smith. aldon smith is there after they book-ended him. he hit a step forward and aldon smith with 14 sacks last year as a rookie, he gets one here. >> cris: look at the distance. i'll race usain bolden if you give me a 30-yard head start. >> al: you will? >> cris: close? >> al: in what? a 50-yard race? >> cris: yeah. >> al: second and 15. incomplete. over the middle. intended for kevin smith. third and a mile upcoming. >> cris: this is what this 49ers defense does to you. they frustrate you. their ability to play the run. it all ties together. their ability to play the run basically in one-on-one blocking situations. without the extra guy down in the box that you hear about is the difference. it allows them to play guys deep the entire game and not give up big plays. the packers got a taste of it last week. >> al: it's caught by bell. joique bell picks up a first down and a lot more! joique bell will take the ball into san francisco territory where he is
. that's the day of the ninth annual silver spring jazz festival. and right now marcus johnson, one of the jazz musicians performing on saturday is in our circle. he's giving a free concert. our own derek mcginty is there and he's enjoying the show. >> reporter: hi, jc. it's tough to hear because the music is so jazzy and so smooth. marcus johnson has joined us on the circle right outside wusa9. he's been entertaining our guests for about the last 35 minutes or so he's going to be here till 1:00. if you're -- if you like what you're hearing from marcus right now, feel free to go to wusa9.com where we're streaming is live even as we speak. what's more, as you mentioned, he will be at the silver spring jazz festival in downtown silver spring. it lasts from 4:30 to 10:00 this saturday night. it's a little cloudy but the music i think is holding the rain off. we're going to hop it does that till 1:00 at least, because marcus is going to be here all afternoon. in ten minutes or so, i'm going to have a conversation with marcus johnson. i can tell you for sure, he is the hardest working ma
and political careers of presidents eisenhower, kennedy and johnson as well as the strategies for winning world war ii and the cold war. the pbs "newshour" commentator, the author, co-author or editor of ten books including "presidential cowcialg" and his 2011 release, "jacqueline kennedy." .. >> he was trying to get them to think that the competition with the soviets was serious enough to get americans to pay for defense and perhaps to render their sons and daughters very quickly after world war ii. >> host: how much continuity was there when it came to soviet power from fdr to >> guest: a lot more than people gave a sense of. dwight eisenhower campaign on something called rollback and john wayne would appear at eisenhower rallies a elect bike because he will like the russians out of eastern europe and eisenhower to some extent was curious about that as an ultimate aim of american policy. but this was very characteristic. andrew goodpastor was later general. a very fine man and junior member of the eisenhower staff. early in 1953 he decided to have a little study whether they should do rollbac
in the past. jimmie johnson in third position. has held off truex, jr. for that spot. in an effort to introduce to nascar lowe's created build and grow clinics like one in richmond, kids received a discount ticket and chance to ask jimmie johnson questions . d johnson tried to build some momentum. for a sixth championship. would be foolish to count him out. >> look behind him, martin truex has made a presence last two weeks. every time you look up he's going forward. really working on jimmie. >> we all wondered how he would react, his team would react to get their hearts broken in atlanta, had a lead late and jamie mcmurray had a tire go on, brought out the caution and the hamlin pit crew got him in first, didn't get good restart and lost a race in his grasp. >> this is a strong race team and organization and they have good leadership there starting with the owner michael waltrip, and get in team meetings and realize let's focus on positive we did. we put ourselves in a position to win. it's going to happen, we just need to keep performing like that. >> truex to third. doc? >> what
about president eisenhower, kennedy and johnson as well as the strategy for winning world war ii and the cold war. .. >> he was trying to get them to think that the competition with the soviets was serious enough to get americans to pay for defense and perhaps to render their sons and daughters very quickly after world war ii. >> host: how much continuity was there when it came to soviet power from fdr to president johnson? >> guest: a lot more than they give them credit for. dwight eisenhower had something called rollback. they said elect him because he will wipe the russians out of eastern europe. to some extent, he was serious to that effect. but the way that eisenhower handled this, he had it aide called andrew goodpaster. he was sort of a pullback supporter. they had this operation called operation solarium. the way he did it was he appointed three teams fred one was rollback, push eastern europe back even if it means war, and the other was isolationists, do nothing and let them take over the world, and of the center would be something akin to what we would call containment.
when it came to soviet policy from fdr to johnson? >> guest: a lot more than people gave the sense of. dwight eisenhower campaigned in 1952 on something called roll back. had something called rollback. they said elect him because he will wipe the russians out of eastern europe. to some extent, he was serious to that effect. but the way that eisenhower handled this, he had it aide called andrew goodpaster. he was sort of a pullback supporter. they had this operation called operation solarium. the way he did it was he appointed three teams fred one was rollback, push eastern europe back even if it means war, and the other was isolationists, do nothing and let them take over the world, and of the center would be something akin to what we would call containment. although they didn't call it that. he put andrew goodpaster in charge of the containment team. because he knew that he'd make undreamt would make sure that one. and indeed it did. >> host: rhetoric aside, was still make the goal of these administrations when it came to the soviet union? >> guest: i think short-term stomach, long-t
an perhaps surrender their sons and daughters ..johnson? >> guest: a lot more than they give them credit for. dwight eisenhower had something called rollback. they said elect him because he will wipe the russians out of eastern europe. to some extent, he was serious to that effect. but the way that eisenhower handled this, he had it aide called andrew goodpaster. he was sort of a pullback supporter. they had this operation called operation solarium. the way he did it was he appointed three teams fred one was rollback, push eastern europe back even if it means war, and the other was isolationists, do nothing and let them take over the world, and of the center would be something akin to what we would call containment. although they didn't call it that. he put andrew goodpaster in charge of the containment team. because he knew that he'd make undreamt would make sure that one. and indeed it did. >> host: rhetoric aside, was still make the goal of these administrations when it came to the soviet union? >> guest: i think short-term stomach, long-term and hope that the cold war would end. some res
sailboat for it johnson takes away mitt romney's chances. you ran the campaign of ralph nader baker hughes you because of bush. do you feel bad? >> not at all. [applause] that is the job. like removal from afghanistan raising the minimum wage adjusted for inflation go after corporate crime fraud and abuse when you look at all of the hurdles third-party candidates have to go through. besides signatures, lack of media coverage. to get the cartel of commission on presidential debates keeps a third parties since ross perot. john: you have to have 15% of the popular vote. that seems reasonable. we are a two-party country we saw the republican side with 10 candidate. >> ralph nader got 2.7% all these journalists are subsidizes at $100 million. of those 15,000 journalist how many covered the candidate that receive 2.7%? it was called working for change dot com. it is amazing the status quo that exist that people have. it gets them out of position who can come in. john: did make a good decision. it is the independent coission. i guess they said to the rules. [laughter] >> absolutely. we have not h
incomplete. i explained to mr. johnson he would be eligible to reapply in 2013. >> for the new permit. >> for the new permit. >> i think all we're talking about today is the existing nelson permit, that the department revoked in conjunction with the denial of the new permit. >> okay. >> that's how i understand it. i'm getting nods from the appellant. >> okay. and again that falls in line with the municipal code, the law is very stubborn. i have other applicants that fall into it as well. >> but you don't have with you the application for the renewal of the existing permit, do you? >> not for nelson's, no. >> vice president fung: perhaps we should hear the rebuttal, and then -- >> okay. i just -- it's been so back and forth, i just wanted to make sure we're all talking about the same thing. >> vice president fung: officer, you still have time to make your rebuttal if you like. >> sure. on the nelson permit because that's what we're talking about. >> i believe nelson's is, at this juncture, mr. johnson you can refresh me, but i believe it was -- it should have been expired. he was apply
school principal. still johnson was recently released from prison. out ofr joel johnson got prison, i am told by sources he not take long to get back to life of crime. he was on probation and there was a warrant out for him. before what happened last night. over two years after his , a principal and a former student still get emotional. >> he was like a father to me. a second father. >> most caring principle. everything for us. johnson pleaded guilty and is also dead. he and another man forced their this third floor man andt to rob a woman. the males victim fought back got their guns and shot johnson. >> what comes around goes around. do nothing bad and nothing bad to happen to you. >> they jump out of a third floor window to escape. >> it is still be investigated. april, 2010, johnson was one four men who had come to rob him after a meeting on a sex chat line. johnson had the lightest sentence of the four. a neighbor said he seemed to be turning around. could not believe this was him. >> as we speak tonight, police for the secondng suspect from last night's incident. i am tom roussey. >
and just give calvin johnson a chance to go up and get one. >> al: 49ers get the ball first. kendall hunter is back to receive the kickoff from hanson. ch team coming off a week one win and the 49ers will start from the 20. >> cris: one of the things you want to do against an aggressive pass rushing team are some of the whams and the traps. delanie walker here is going down on ndamukong suh. a big run. same theory on this one. back down inside with a different angle, a different way of doing it. and then just the guard pulling across and trapping yet another big run. that has been the way that the 49ers in each of the last two meetings now have been able to move the football against the lions. >> al: 49ers with 12 rushes and 15 passes in 27 plays. hunter starts as the running back here. a little toss to him. a toss back to smith. avoids the sack at first. but then he is going to go down in the arms of a flag thrown. kyle vanden bosch got him and takes him back behind the line of scrimmage. >> referee: personal foul. face mask. number 93 on the defense. >> al: there is vanden bosch signaled
and politics." it's written by former new mexico governor, gary johnson. and he is also the libertarian party nominee for president in 2012. governor john said, when and why did you leave the republican party and become a libertarian? >> you know, i've probably been a libertarian my entire life. this is just kind of coming out of the closet. i don't think i am unlike most americans. i think there's a lot more americans in this country that declare themselves libertarians as opposed to voting libertarian. so the picture and trying to make right now is vote libertarian with me this one time. give me a shot at changing things. and if it does somewhere, you can always return to tyranny and i'm going to argue that so so we have right now. >> what are the seven principles of good government you read about? >> one as being reality-based. just find out what his wife, base your decision inactions i'm not. make sure everybody that knows -- that should know what you're doing, knows what you're doing, so communicate. don't hesitate to deliver bad news. there's always time to fix things. if you don't have
>> governor stevenson, governor johnson. senator humphrey, speaker. feliz democrats. i want to express my thanks to governor stevenson for his generous and heartwarming introduction. [applause] it was my great honor at the 1956 democratic convention and i am delighted to have his support and his a vice in the coming months ahead. let me say first that i accept the nomination of the democratic party. i accept it without reservation. and with only one obligation -- to devote every effort of my mind and spirit to lead our party back to victory and our nation to greatness. i am grateful too that you have provided us with such a strong platform to stand on and to run on. [applause] the rights of man, civil and economic rights essential to the human dignity of all men are at our goal and our first principle. this is a platform on which i can run with enthusiasm and conviction. i am grateful that i can rely in the coming months on many others, on a distinguished running mate who brings unity and strength to our platform and our ticket, lyndon johnson. [applause] on one of the most
of people who can afford it the least. >> thank you, miss johnson. >> if you look on the sheets that has all of our combined answers you will see that i'm one the few people who doesn't support a lot of new taxes. i have served on the sunshine task force and we had a lot of members of public come in front of us, looking for reasons why all of these projects were overbudget and i think there is a lot of waste there government. we just talked about the hetch hetchy matter and building was supposed to be $140 million, but it was actually $65 million over budget. the department of public works doesn't even have all of its receipts. the bond oversight committee is supposed to be have access to those receipts. they can't get them. so we ce[6ud money is not accounted for. we found waste in the arts commission, which the controllers office confirmed and the civil grand jury confirm and we also found waste in various other departments. and this board of supervisors needs people on it who will actually ask those questions. thank you. we have a couple other candidates who wanted to jump in here.
. leo johnson took a bullet and disarmed a gunman who charged into a family council meeting last month. tonight he's getting top praise and talking with 9news for the very first time. >> our own ken molestina was at the ceremony. he joins us live with more. >> reporter: for the first time since the shooting, leo johnson is talking about that fateful day and he's rallying the support since he's been wounded. cheers and applause for leo jon johnson erupted. he received an award for his her owe rick actions -- heroic actions last month. he was at the front desk when a shooter opened fire. johnson was shot in the arm and still managed to disarm the gunman before police took him into custody. and for the first time since the shooting, he's recounting the day's event. >> i realized what the situation was and i had to act or else there would be lives lost. >> reporter: now he's being hailed a hero. >> i don't want to be called a hero. but i understand how big this was. i can live with it for a little while. >> reporter: he still wears his arm in a sling as the wound continues to heal. it's a
is at the view foreboding four gary johnson, mitt romney your barack obama? >> i myself them a strong on paul supporter. i am considering voting for gary johnson. libertarians are disenfranchised with the two-party system and are trying to find the best way to agitate. ron paul was great. gary johnson is doing his part that it many agree that he could be true to its principles once in the system because of the people are so stacked against them that we need to focus on persuasion and allow people to take care of themselves. i know focusing on the presidential election has that this outcome even with ron paul involved other than finding ways to present issues to think about liberty not to legislate or impose liberty but avenues to spread the message more effectively. >>host: why do you write about natural law? >> it is an easy term for those were not religious those to be freed from restraints in the right side come from the humanity so god has given us the rights. view talk to that acs is say different definition that the right soon come from us, not government. the fact we're human beings wh
of small business. we have roger from the bar association. no carla johnson from the office of disability. -- we have carla johnson from the office of disability. i want to especially it acknowledge my colleague to help us get the resources and brought legal expertise to the table. i do not want to take too much of your time. thank you for coming. >> thank you, supervisor chu. i want to express my admiration for a supervisor chu's commitment to you. so, from our office, what we heard, many small businesses were receiving lawsuits regarding it the ada. tonight we will hear about the legal requirements, what has been in place. any small businesses that nderst informed as far as their obligations for the ada, there are the mechanisms to provide that information to you. so, we are tasked with providing the information. there have been about 300 small businesses that have received the lawsuits. knee individuals who use this mechanism and come up -- the individual to use this mechanism. while it is important to have ada access, but we want you to understand there are individuals out there takin
, where does that leave you? jerry johnson for president, the libertarian party candidate, mitt romney, the republican? >> every person has to decide that. considering voting for gary johnson. civil libertarians are disenfranchised with the two-party system. the candid it's the system produced a more attractive find a way to that agitate for liberty. ron paul has been a great person to advance that message. gary johnson is doing his part. many libertarians disagree that a candidate, even a libertarian leanings one would be able to be true to his principles. so stacked against the principles of liberty, the inertia that is involved, many people become disenfranchised. ready to focus more on education, persuasion, and getting people to be self-reliant, take care of themselves so that they're not dependent upon the government to be that of others focusing so much in the presidential election will have a significant a consequentia of comfort liberty. even if we get someone like ron paul r. gary johnson involved other than simply spreading the message, having a bully pulpit, finding ways to
principal...is shot to death in a botched robby robbery in 2010...joel johnson plead guilty in the killingga middle school principal. and served just 18- months of a five year sentence johnson was one of four suspeets charged.., but got a reduced sentence for his cooperation.wednesday night he was shot deaddinside a third ffoor apartment at this building in washington d.c unfortunately when young people choose a life of crime sometimes they continue that life even after they've served their time in prison and we're hopefiul that in some other cases young people learn their lesson from this tragic case and undeestand that any lives are affected by these kinds of . crimes.the family f the principal that was killed... ...says they are deeply saddened that after johnson was ggven a second chance...that he chose to continue to follow a path of crime... which ulitimately resulted in his death. 3 bad day for residents in new jerssy who want to ájazzá up their drivers license pictures. giving a big smile or showiig your teeth is now frowned upon at the d-m-v. that's thanks to ne
. it feels really, really good. jim johnson finishes the greatest closer season in orioles history and gets his 50th save. started keeping track in saves since 1969 and is the 10th ever to get 50. help make j.j. hardy bobblehead day here one fans here never forget. >> it was a good day, and we could celebrate with the fans a little bit but, you know, we've got to move forward. >> we know we've got to take care of our business and can't worry about the other teams. if they lose, great, but we know we've got to win. >> they, however, were unable to clinch a postseason berth as of yet. the angels had a dramatic rally where the players and fans watched tv together. later in sports we'll talk about that but right now let's head outside camden yards where barry spent time with the fans. >> what a game, pete. plenty of fans here, orioles fans, very excited about the victory over the boston red sox. [no audio] >> we afollow guise. reobviously lost barry simms but first let's go to john collins because we said the rain was moving in. what's going on now? >> it's gone across the area here at tv hill.
? was the state politics first? i suppose so, but what was his relationship with johnson, and do you remember any exchanges he had person to person with johnson about the war, about the vietnam war? >> he was the first strauss to get in politics, and he mainly got in through john connely who would become governor of texas, and john, in 1959, ran into bob on the street in dallas. he was a lawyer in f. worth at the time, and bob was a lawyer the the time. i'm getting a group of fellows together to go to washington to talk about the johnson's presidential nomination. do you want to come along? that was sort of, you know, the beginning of the end. he went along and helped support the johnson nomination effort in 1960, which we know failed. kennedy won that year, but after that, because conley was a protege, strauss was one step closer. in the day in dallas when kennedy was assassinated, he was a host of the lunch chon, you know, downtown, and, you know, he was very involved in all of that. one thing, and i wrote it in the book that it's right for people to doubt my objectivity. i would definitely dou
of supervisors. as the candidates here tonight, london breed, julian davis, hope johnson, andrew resignato and thea selby answered. christina olague has not answered any of the questions. the survey responses were provided to team of uc hasteings ings students and representatives of league of women voters, who drew up the questions for tonight's debate. the results of the candidate survey are used by the san francisco public press to create a non-partisan voter guide that summarizes where the candidates stand on the issue and will be available on the website soon. meanwhile hvnnjp. preview you may pick up a copy of the current issue of the san francisco public press at the table in the back of the room, which has a fold out summarizing the candidates' position. a little bit about the format of this evening's event. each question will be directed to three candidates or in some cases two. each of these candidates will have one minute to respond. following the named candidates' responses, other candidates may elect to use one of their three discretionary time cards, which they have all been
a robbery here in southeast. 21-year-old joel johnson, gunned down inside this apartment on first street. sources tell the story this way. they say a man and a woman are walking out here. that johnson and another guy approached them and forced them inside, into the victims' third-floor apartment. they say once inside the apartment, the victim wrestles the gun away from johnson and shoots him in the head. frightened, the woman jumps out of the third-floor window onto the grass. she was injured. she had to be taken to the hospital. scared, the second gunman drops his weapon and jumps out of the same third-floor window, and makes his escape. now we talked to a man who lives on the third floor. how many gunshots did you hear? >> enough. >> reporter: more than one? >> it was enough. >> reporter: what did you do after that? >> what i usually do. >> reporter: what's that? >> mind my business. >> reporter: back in april 2010, 42-year-old brian betts, the principal of shaw middle school, shot and killed during a robbery at his silver spring home. four young men charged. three pled guilty to murde
be the same as alcohol? >> yes. in a color ravenel the governor johnson and i and the campaign endorsed the same thing in the state of washington that talks about this. thank you for this other book as well. sure, you know, again the drugs are here to stay so i agree children should not be doing this but i ask today what is easier for you to get, marijuana or alcohol? ask the first teenagers you find they will tell you it's easier for me to get marijuana. why? the dealers don't ask for i.t. to read today think about it the biggest oxymoronic of our lives today is the term controlled substances. why? as soon as you prohibit something you give up your control with regard to place of sale or click your quality or price or age restriction that is abandoned to the bad guys, the mexican drug cartels. most juvenile games have the biggest source of revenue from what sale of illegal drugs let's cripple the drug cartels and juvenile gangs. regulate marijuana like wine is the place to start. >> would you have marijuana etc. sold in the retail stores? >> treated like wallen and that is the answer f
that governor johnson and i haven't worse. same thing in the state of washington. thank you for this other book as well, but sure. you know again, the drugs are here to stay, so i agree children should not be doing this. ask our children today, what is easier to get, marijuana or alcohol? asked the first 10 teenagers define, they will also use easier to get marijuana. why? the illegal dealers don't ask for i.d. so today, think about it. the biggest oxymoron of our lives is the term controlled substances. why? as it is to prohibit something can you give up control with regard to place an sale, quantity or quality or price or age restrictions. all of that is abandoned to the bad guys, thugs, mexican drug cartels. most juvenile gains have the biggest source of revenue from the sale of illegal drugs. let's cripple juvenile gangs by repealing drug prohibition. regulate marijuana like wine is the place to start. >> host: judge gray, would you have marijuana, et cetera, sold in retail sales? >> guest: yes, treat it like wine. that's the answer for most questions. >> guest: you can grow your own grapes
can go to get your car inspected. the former resident ron johnson says it is one thing he likes about now living in maryland. >> they have quite a few places to go to, and it is more convenient. >> this resident says it is best to always go during the week day. >> i tried to time it well. it is like a window of opportunity. >> her dad says he went to the inspection station on friday. >> i could not believe how long the line was. i almost drove away. >> people who had the day off got there only to see it would be close because of a funeral. >> i did not see sign it. >> by saturday, the signs were posted. these seem to suggest the station would be closed from 10:00 to 1:00. one resident said he waited well past 2:00 but the station never opened. turned out he needed to read the fine print or website despite the big sign saying open every saturday. these kindssides indicate it was closed, but it was on the on the website and on this calendar residents were told the station would have special hours. an open at 6:00 on saturday but closing for the day at 10:00. the only other clue, the sig
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